p.36 Logo for Personal Computers
[author Harold Nelson]
A preview of the first small-computer versions of this exciting language.
p.46 Build a Low-Cost Speech-Synthesizer Interface
[author Steve Garcia]
The Digitalker integrated circuits from National Semiconductor can easily give your computer a limited spoken vocabulary.
p.72 Mathematical Modeling: A BASIC Program to Simulate Real-World Systems
[author Randall E Hicks]
A Compucolor II BASIC program effectively simulates a physical system through the solution of a system of linear differential equations.
p.110 A Computer-Based Laboratory Timer
[author John Gibson]
Accurate, repeatable tine measurements can be made in rapid succession, and logged for later use.
p.216 CP/M: A Family of 8- and 16-Bit Operating Systems
[author Gary Kildall]
An overview of Digital Research's operating systems, including a 16-bit operating system.
p.248 The UNIX Operating System and the XENIX Standard Operating Environment
[author Robert Greenberg]
An inside look at a large-computer operating system implemented for use with microprocessors.
p.268 The Ins and Outs of CP/M
[author James Larson]
Directly access the I/O and disk access functions of the CP/M operating system.
p.302 Build a Super Simple Floppy-Disk Interface, Part II
[author Roger Camp and James Nicholson]
A moderate amount of software makes the 10-device circuit into a flexible floppy-disk controller.
p.378 An Easy-to-Use A/D Converter
[author Robert Daggit]
This analog-to-digital converter features six input channels with accuracy of 8 to 10 bits.
p.392 The Impossible Dream: Computing e to 116,000 Places with a Personal Computer
[author Stephen Wozniak]
An 8-bit microcomputer is harnessed to the Herculean task of computing the mathematical constant e to 115,925 places.
p.24 RAMCRAM Memory Module for the Atari
[author Mark Pelczarski]
p.88 information Unlimited: The Dialog Information Retrieval Service
[author Stan Miastkowski]
p.176 Four Word Processors for the Apple II
[author Keith Carlson and Steve Haber]
p.352 Startrek 4.0 and Startrek 3.5
[author Scott Mitchell]
p.356 The BDS C Compiler
[author Christopher Kern]
p.6 Editorial: The New 16-Bit Operating Systems, or, The Search for Benützerfreundlichkeit
p.30, 162, 384 Technical Forums
LISP vs FORTRAN: A Fantasy
We Interrupt This Program...
A Votrax vocabulary
p.146 Education Forum
Microcomputers in Education: A Concept-Oriented Approach
p.168 Programming Quickie: Z80 Table Lookup
p.234 System Notes: LIST - A Source-Listing Program for the C Language
p.342 Ask BYTE
p.348 Software Received
p.350 Books Received
p.350, 370, 377 BYTE's Bits
p.364, 374 Book Reviews
Musical Applications c% Microprocessors
TEX and METAFONT: New Directions in Typesetting
p.371 Clubs and Newsletters
p.372 Event Queue
p.376 BYTE's Bugs
p.409 What's New?
p.462 Unclassified Ads
p.463 BOMB, BOMB Results
p.464 Reader Service